Steganography (hide files)

hide files using Steganography

Steganography (hide files)

What is steganography ?
It is a technique of hiding a file inside another file.

Where do i learn it ?
You have lots and lots of softwares available out in the internet for free.
But you can learn it here either!

STEGANOGRAPHY :
Any file like .rar .jpg .txt or any file can be merged inside another file.
In a simple way i shall teach you a way for hiding a text inside a picture file.

For example think we have to hide a text file aaa.txt with the image file bbb.jpg and combine them in a new file as ccc.jpg .Where ccc.gif is our output file which contains the text hidden in the image file.

  • Open Run command window by pressing win + r .
  • Open command prompt by typing cmd and press ok 
  • Enter the directory where you have your files.
  • Then type the command : copy /b aaa.txt+bbb.gif ccc.jpg .
  • Now our file is successfully hidden in a new file. 
How can i view my files ?   
               When you normally open the output file ccc.jpg you will see the image file but how to view your hidden text file ?
  • Right click the image file .
  • select open with notepad. 
  • Succesfully opened !

If you want to hide a rar file with a picture file, you can make that secure by creating a password for your rar file.Then combining the picture file to a rar output file.Now even that output rar file can be password protected !!

What is the use of this ?

  • It is mainly used for hiding your private files.
  • If you want to exchange information like passwords or sensitive images over an insecure transmission protocol, like email.
  • If you want to embed secret files available only to a selected few in a public forum.
  • If you want to impress your friends with your tricky ways.
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Rajesh

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